Treasure Island

David Pyrs


She Ignites Desire

I sit here all by myself
With only you and the dark

With the wind blowing
And your eyes watching

Then sunshine comes
In form of smile

Water freezes,
In form of dark curls divine

As the wind keeps blowing outside
And the sun keeps shining bright

It is a shame I cannot see
The true beauty behind this veil

Nothing else to match thee
Nor capture what I see

I see sunshine only for me
I see waterfalls frozen for me

I see eyes that captivate life
I see satin skin that levitates all

I see myself watching
Fineness for my eyes only to see

And so I grasp each moment here
And envy me for watching dear

As moments freeze in your eyes
And tension rises by surprise

The smallest corners of your lips
That hold captive all the sun beams

The very light of our world
That unleashes both hot and cold

And there you are far far away
Too far for now to make a sway

Yet with all those miles between your & me
You still manage to levitate me

As you lift corners of your fine lip
Unleash the sunbeams that belong…

Only to thee.

Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 10, 2014

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